Google Workspace for Education customers would leverage Google Classroom to create assignments, communicate with students, and send feedback all from one place. It also allows your organization to run training for both onsite and offsite staff at the convenience of everyone. Google Workspace customers can make use of the powerful Google Classroom, features, including Mobile Access/App, to power and drive learning in their organizations.

Access Classroom

  • Open your Chrome Browser

  • Click on the Google apps icon at the top right

  • Select <More> at the bottom to open more Google Workspace features

  • Select Classroom and proceed with your school account

As a teacher or student, you can use Google Classroom straight from your browser. You can as well install the Classroom app from Android Play Store, Apple App Store, or Chrome Web Store for desktop. Unfortunately, the Classroom app isn’t available for Windows mobile devices. Once you’ve downloaded the Classroom app, sign in with your school Google account and get started.

Note: To use all the features of Classroom on your mobile device, install Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides easily just from your Google Play store/ App store. If you use a computer, you don’t need to install anything. Open a browser window and sign in with your school Google account.

Setting up Classroom


To get started with Google Classroom:

  1. Go to

  2. Select the account you want to use and click Continue

  3. You can join a class by clicking Join class or create a new class by clicking Create class

When creating the class, fill in the Class name, section, subject, and room fields and click Create. The class will be created and you can share the invite to the class. You can customize your class.


To get started with Google Classroom:

  1. Go to

  2. Select the account you want to use and click Continue

  3. You can join a class by clicking Join class if you have received the invite containing the class code

  4. Enter the class code and click Join

Using Classroom


The Stream tab houses any class announcements or functions as a spot (if you allow it on settings) for students to pose questions or comments. Stream can be thought of as a Facebook feed, just a quick spot to post announcements and for students to scroll through. Students can also find their To-Do list on the Stream page. The to-do list allows them to view their assignments, look at grades and search assignments in different manners.


As a teacher, you can create various forms of classwork resources such as assignments, questions, files, and reports. You can even reuse previous posts.

Additionally, you can arrange the classwork topically. Automatically, the classroom is linked with Google Drive and Calendar. You can send out class invites using calendar and store class files in Drive.


All students and teachers in the class are shown under the People tab. You can invite students by clicking Invite students. You can only invite people who belong to your school using your domain. Teachers can see people who are yet to accept the invites and those who have joined the class.


The final tab is the Grades tab which gives you a spreadsheet-like view of assignments and grades and lets you quickly input and edit scores and comments. Although you can work with grades from the Classwork tab, the Grades tab makes it easier to view and work with many assignments at the same time.